In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/artist/cook) creativocreative writing classes — clases de creación literaria
- she's very good at creative writing — escribe / redacta muy bien
- Perhaps you are about to capitalise on a brilliant idea or creative insight.
- In an almost unheard of but definitely serendipitous event, the creative team has been reassembled.
- The service is designed for people who have either a creative business or a creative idea and want some advice about what to do next.
- He was absolutely one of the most creative geniuses to ever work in radio comedy.
- The project gives a focus to the creative writing and art and craft skills of primary school children.
- One of the top creative teams in the country has been assembled for the production.
- Hip-hop has always drawn much of its creative energy from the underworld.
- What your real economic asset is, is the creative talents and energy of your people.
- Bringing creative energy to this area can quickly change the look of your home.
- The creative team has tried to retell the story in a milder way, from the innocent viewpoint of a child.
- Where you find the sign Aries is often the best house for creative expression of its energy.
- I wish that I will be able to support myself comfortably and enjoyably on my creative writing.
- How can we square this with our notions of a great creative artist?
- The committee is expecting to see many creative masterpieces in the exhibitions.
- I sat just behind the composer and felt in the presence of a creative genius, transported into other worlds.
- Intellectual aspects are infused with creative energy and crowned with success.
- You are creative and productive in new ventures that bring out your hidden potential.
- Denise said the nature of the store gives her a lot of scope to be creative and use unusual design ideas.
- Even without trying you're able to come up with lots of new and creative ideas.
- The minister says the social economy has many able people capable of creative thinking and wealth creation.
- The programme will create opportunities for creative web designers within Cumbria.
- An artist needs to be creative, and that is what these children proved precisely.
- We have a lot of talent in UP, but the films seem to lack technical and creative excellence.
- Scott's really imaginative and creative and has a definite vision of what he wants his business to be.
- Li has been a creative designer for an advertising company for more than two years.
- This life force is the supreme, creative intelligence that pervades every cell of ours.
- Sometimes, she has a creative idea that she turns into a stunning piece of jewelry of her own design.
- Though he studied electronics, he was an innately creative artist, even as a child.
- Such assignments also gave them the confidence to become creative producers on their own.
- Instead of abandoning faith in humanity we can turn our creative energies towards taking control of our futures.
- In astrology, Mars is the planet of aggressive energy and creative action.
- If there were a creative genius in us all, then we would all be sketching birds and dying of starvation.
- The more experienced and creative quilters are also designing their own patterns.
- A Whitefield textile artist is appealing for creative people to join her in her craft.
- There were a bunch of very creative people on this team so we could not agree with each other.
- They gave us a lot of stuff on our terms, but we were able to retain creative control.
- I had wanted to do more creative writing, but I had not been able to organise myself to find the time.
- The creative team on this book are no less than masters of comic art.
- If you're right brained, you likely have a talent for creative writing and art.
- It's no surprise, then, that Picasso agreed to be the lead in a film about creative genius.
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